This Former Bellevue Grocery Store Has Been Transformed into an Ultra-Chic Abode

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Northern Kentucky's Bellevue neighborhood is full of rich history — as well as some surprises.

Perched on the corner of Center Street and Ward Avenue, this over-a-century-old building was recently transformed into a chic abode.

The property was built in 1901 and initially opened as a neighborhood grocery store. Over the years, the space housed several HVAC businesses as well as rental properties on the second floor.

The building was purchased last year by Northern Kentucky home flipper and investor Shane Isles, who totally renovated the space into a hip, light-filled home with 4 bedrooms and 4 baths.

The house features an open floor plan and master bedroom on the first level, as well as additional bedrooms and bathrooms on the second floor. The property also includes a fenced-in backyard and a generously-sized driveway.

The home is priced at $320,000 and is located at 601 Center St. See the before and after images of the home at the end of the slideshow.

For more info about the property, reach out to the listing agent Lauren Wessel with EXP Realty at 859-600-6395.